The State of Texas is the most recent state to announce a formal policy with regard to virtual currencies. The Texas Department of Banking (DOB) issued a supervisory memorandum on April 3, 2014, interpreting how virtual currencies, including cryptocurrencies, will be regulated under the Texas Money Services Act. You can find the memorandum here.
With today’s technology, employees seem to be able to work anywhere and at any time.
The short answer to this question is that the SEC and FINRA care. Both regulators have made this issue an exam priority for the year, and it was recently a focus of an SEC roundtable.
As Sarah Miller recently lampooned over at The New Yorker, parents today are bombarded with “long-form think pieces about parenting” that purport to show how some new studies have finally, after all these years, proven the correct way to raise a child — and how the rest of us have it all wrong.
Whenever clients ask about filing a trademark in China via the Madrid System, my answer is simple: filing a national application directly with the Chinese Trademark Office (CTMO) is better.
Housing cooperatives, or “co-ops” as they’re commonly known, occupy an unusual niche among forms of joint stock enterprises.
Scenario: Amy is a receptionist for Judgment Day Church. The Church fires Amy after it learns that she had an elective abortion. The termination notice states that Amy is being terminated for violating a pledge she signed at the time she was hired stating she would not engage in immoral conduct that is contrary to Church teachings.
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Syrian Sanctions Regulations Withdrawal; Medical Safety Codes Incorporated; & Official Seals Banned
With income tax filings due tomorrow, regulators appear glued to their computers, not preparing regulations, but entering numbers on their keypads, and, therefore, this week’s Monday Morning Regulatory Review focuses on three very different regulatory events.
Does the report on the first formal tests of a TV channel-sharing arrangement really say what FCC Chair Tom Wheeler says it says? YOU make the call.